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JULY Newsletter 2020

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This month we celebrated Wainwright Facades 6th birthday! Thank you to everyone who has been part of the journey so far, we are looking forward to whatever comes next!


We are excited to share some more projects we have completed recently as well as a new project we have just started working on. We are also continuing our meet an architect series this month.


Winnunga ahcs

We have just started working with Built at the new purpose-built facility for Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Health and Community Services (AHCS) in Narrabundah.


The Winnunga AHCS health facility is designed to combine clinical and community health services provision with broader social health and community programs, policy development, research and advocacy, training and community events.


Wainwright Facades will be installing 400m2 of external timber cladding and 350m2 of Cementil Barestone cladding.



Wainwright Facades was engaged to supply and install 400m2 of Lysaght dominion cladding in Copper Penny and Monument on Embark in Lyneham for Icon. We love how the copper coloured cladding stands out from a distance. If you have caught the light rail down Northbourne Avenue in Canberra recently you might have spotted this new apartment building!

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Crowne plaza Canberra facade upgrade

We recently completed the façade upgrade project at the Crowne Plaza Canberra which included 3,000sqm reclad of the building in James Hardie Matrix and over 3,000 linear metres of sealing existing windows to the façade.

It was a pleasure to work with Project Coordination on this job. The job went seamlessly and was completed on time. Congratulations to everyone involved on a great project!

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MEET an architect - Maria Filardo

We believe in supporting and promoting connections in our community, so we have decided to introduce you to some of the incredible architects and designers we have had the privilege of working with.


Name: Maria Filardo

Where do you work: My office is located in Manuka - Maria Filardo Architect

What did you want to be when you grew up: I didn't know what an architect was at the age of 5 but I knew I loved and had an interest in houses so I'm going with Architect.

Something you have always wanted to learn: More languages! I'm bi-lingual and wish I was fluent in multiple languages not just two. Everything in life I've had an interest in I've manage to educate myself in some capacity for the pleasure of learning.

What are you currently listening to / reading: Reading '7 habits of highly effective people' excellent choice for a business owner.

Question you get asked the most at work: When can you start (designing)

Favourite part of the job: Seeing work completed and people loving the space they are in. It's very satisfying and something I consider to be a great privilege.

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We would like to say a big thank you to Icon who have matched our donation of 100 trees for the month of July.


“The combination of the Icon Co and Cockram businesses in 2018 created an unrivalled ability to deliver a fully diversified range of construction services and scale of projects. The inspiration behind the union was to leverage the diverse sector experience of Cockram with the larger D&C experience of Icon Co. Today, we are one of Australia and New Zealand’s largest construction providers with over 80 projects ranging in size from $0.5 million to $400 million and annual revenues in excess of $1.7 billion. With some of the industry’s greatest breadth of sector capability we are able to deliver projects of any size, any scale, anywhere.


We are an Australian contractor with over 150 years of history and proudly part of Kajima Corporation, an $11 billion Japanese construction powerhouse with 180 years’ experience and over 17,000 employees across 20 countries.


We work to benefit the communities in which we work and live and we encourage good corporate citizenship. Across the company we aim to benefit society and have implemented our Community 2-Day initiative, where employees are offered paid leave to allow them to undertake volunteer work with a charity or community organisation of their choice. Rather than it being an afterthought, we aim to make Corporate Social Responsibility second nature, at the heart of every project we undertake. We also regularly provide support to selected charities, fundraisers and disaster relief groups.”

Wainwright facades 6th birthday

This month we celebrated Wainwright Facades 6th birthday! We are so proud of everything we have achieved in the last 6 years, especially being able to stay in business this year through the global pandemic. It wouldn’t have been possible without our team and all of our amazing clients. Thank you to everyone who has been part of the journey so far, we are looking forward to whatever comes next!

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